2016/09/19

Postdoctoral Molecular Biologist Position at the CRG System Biology Programme

MycoSynVac team is looking for an excellent and highly motivated experimental postdoc with interests in Synthetic Biology to engineer the minimal bacterium M. pneumoniae as chassis for vaccine production. Our approaches include molecular, biochemical, systems biology, and protein design tool, as well as assays in animals. Deadline: Please submit your application by September 25th, 2016 https://recruitment.crg.eu/content/jobs/position/postdoctoral-molecular-biologist-crg-systems-biology-programme# show…

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2016/07/05

Dr Maria Lluch, MycoSynVac co-coordinator, winner of the 2016 Derrick Edward Award

Dr Maria Lluch, Staff Scientist at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona and co-coordinator of the MycoSynVac project, has been awarded the 2016 Derrick Edward Award by the International Organisation for Mycoplasmology. Named in honour of the eminent D.G. Edward, this prestigious award is given in recognition of outstanding contributions to research in…

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2016/06/30

MycoSynVac will be present at the 21st Congress of the International Organization for Mycoplasmology in Brisbane

Some of the project partners will assist to this Congress that will be held from July 3rd to July 7th in Brisbane (Australia) and is the main meeting point for Mycoplasma researchers. On top of that, Dr. Lluch-Senar, co-coordinator of the project at the CRG, is scheduled to present on Monday, July 4th at 2:00…

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2016/06/28

Science café: Synbio vaccine engineering and its societal implications

Second MycoSynVac Science Café @ Synenergene Forum, Nemo Science Museum, Amsterdam June 25th, 2016 After the first stop in Paris, the second MycoSynVac science café took place June 25, 2016 in Amsterdam at the Nemo Science Museum. It was held as part of the two-day long Synergene Forum 2016, a large public event which discussed…

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